Stories about our new director of operations Sam Rix have appeared on the Portsmouth Town Talk website and on the Insider Media website and newsletter today.
They include details of Sam's new position as we look forward to the next phase of our growth.
Who do you think will win the Euro 2016 football championships?
Hopes are high - as usual - that England will come home covered in glory this time around. They kick off their campaign with their opening game against Russia tomorrow night in Marseille.
Successful performances in the Euros and World Cup always give the country a lift and a boost for the economy as they send fans flocking to the pub to watch games live and to the supermarket to stock up on supplies.
Hopefully, there won't be a drag on productivity in workplaces on match days, or the day afterward!
Congratulations to McAndrew Martin architect Salim Rahman and his family who have raised more than £2,000 for a new charity launched in honour of a beloved relative.
They started the MAKE Charity Foundation in memory of the late Mohammed Abdul Kaeum Esquire.
Mohammed – Salim’s father – was a Portsmouth resident for more than 30 years before his death in 2013.
The MAKE Charity Foundation’s inaugural event was a bake-off style fundraiser at the Buckland Community Centre, Buckland, in Portsmouth.
It’s all systems go for this year’s America’s Cup World Series with organisers announcing the latest attractions to accompany the racing.
Ben Ainslie and sail aces in the home team will be hitting the water off Southsea over the weekend of July 22 to 24.
Meanwhile, the thrills and spills off the water – and in the sky – will include crack teams of aerobatics including the Red Arrows, the Blades Display Team and the Red Bull Matadors.
We've had another busy week as our super start to the year has continued in the lead up to the Easter weekend.
Demand has remained strong for our expert services in the first quarter of 2016, including surveys, architectural design, and structural, mechanical and electrical engineering.
One of the highlights of the year so far has been seeing our expertise, customer service and tremendous staff recognised at the Portsmouth News Business Excellence Awards in February.
We’re looking to the drive the next phase of our growth as a company after joining Hampshire Chamber of Commerce.
We’ve employed more staff as part of an ongoing recruitment drive, boosted turnover and expanded our wide range of expert property services over the past 12 months.
Our exciting expansion plans are continuing this year and we’re looking forward to exploring all of the opportunities that Chamber membership brings.
Today’s the day – amid all of the speculation, Chancellor George Osborne will finally unveil his 2016 Budget.
As well as the usual debates about the prospect of rises in duty at the petrol and beer pumps, there are plenty more prospective policies which could have a significant effect.
As a leading firm of chartered surveyors and provider of electrical, mechanical, structural and architectural design services in Portsmouth, Hampshire, London and the South we will be watching out for announcements focusing on property and construction.
Excitement is building before the America’s World Cup Series returns to Portsmouth this summer.
Sir Ben Ainslie and his team Land Rover BAR will be zipping over the waters when the second round of races is held in July.
The extravaganza is being held from Thursday July 21 to Sunday July 24. Hundreds of thousands of spectators poured into the city to watch last year’s regatta.
Unemployment has dropped in Portsmouth – and nationally – in a fresh boost for the economy.
The Portsmouth News says that the number of people claiming unemployment benefits in the city is down on a month ago and on a year ago.
Based on monthly figures from the Office for National Statistics, the report shows 1,985 people in Portsmouth were claiming out-of-work-benefits in December, down from 1,993 in November.